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The Doctrine of the Knowledge of God by John M. Frame
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Feb 05, 2009

it was amazing
bookshelves: ecclesia-reformanda, theology, philosophy

Read this about 10 years ago. Loved it then, and still do. Frame is a very clear thinker and writer. No taurus-scatology with him. He is also very pastoral. But over the last ten years I have noticed that his perspectivalism is often more of a grid he imposes on the Scriptures, rather than something he naturally gets out of them. This is not always bad, but I'm not so sure it is always beneficial. Besides, perspectivalism by definition employs the metaphor of eye sight too much in my opinion. I think if Frame were more grounded in liturgics, sacramental theology, and symbolism, these endeavors would help his project tremendously.

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